Solanum lycopersicum, (Circa 1885 USA) Indeterminate - (Cordon) - Amish heirloom-indeterminate Beefsteak - By far one of the best known of the USA heirlooms, dating to 1885 & named after Brandywine Creek in Chester Co, Pennsylvania, A potato-leaved tom that produces generous crops of big deep brilliant Red fruit with luscious old-time wonderful & rich, full-bodied tomato flavour. Extremely productive, (likely to be ribbed rather than smooth) Outside grown, 80-100 days, one of the best for Burgers or sliced for big sandwiches, Seed Count Approx - 15 avg
SOWING - Surface-sown or covered only slightly, Don't allow to dry out but don’t overwater. Keep warm until germination (10 days approx), move to WARM bright light area. After about last frost, transplant out into protected growing pots. Plants need STAKING & side-shoots removed, . Likes a real warm Spot. Great grown outside or in, in a large container or in the garden.